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  • v CAROLYNINJOY1
    Thanks for your comment on my blog. I hope you will have a wonderful week.

    "Blunders, when handled properly, can add an imaginative edge to an improvised solo--even improve it. While there are other principles to master in effective improvising, this one is at the heart of it--that any mistake can be redeemed."-M. Blaine Smith, No Fatal Errors, Covering Your Missteps, Rebounding from Setbacks
    22 days ago
  • v CAROLYNINJOY1
    I appreciate your comment on my blog. I'm glad you liked my story. I hope you will have a wonderful Easter weekend.

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    "'When I feel frantic, my mind races and I can't focus enough to get things done. How can I slow down?' "Enlist the help of the humble rubber band. Just slide one around your wrist and snap it; the sting will instantly interrupt the flow of your runaway thoughts. Then picture yourself shouting, "Stop!" -- this will sharply focus your attention, says Martha Davis, Ph.D., an author of The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Workbook. And last, take a deep breath while letting your belly expand, pause, then exhale for a count of one; repeat nine times. "The measured breathing calms you down," says Davis, "so you can tackle one thing at a time."
    24 days ago
  • v GGRSPARK
    Hi ! Re Gecko poop, it’s a tiny dark spot usually on window sills and railings - where you know you cleaned the day before.
    25 days ago
  • v CAROLYNINJOY1
    Thank you for showing my blog some love. I hope you had a wonderful Wednesday.

    "It turns out there’s a reason food tastes so good. You’re supposed to enjoy it—slow down and savor it, not just get it to your stomach as quickly as possible."-Liza Barnes, Health Educator
    27 days ago
  • v CAROLYNINJOY1
    Thanks for the blog comment on "The rest of the story". Happy Monday. I hope you will have a wonderful week.

    "It really is a journey — time and consistency will always pay off even if you don't see the results right away. It's so important to take small steps and make small changes for long-term results. Start to swap out less healthy foods for healthier ones, start small by walking 10 to 15 minutes every day, and add on from there. Have a support system around you, and enjoy and trust the process."-Sara Rzepkowski
    30 days ago
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